WD-40 print advertisement full of sexual innuendo
This was a great find on the internet earlier – A 1964, WD-40 print advertisement full of sexual innuendo.
After a little research, we found that this picture was first seen circulating on the internet in November 2014.
Sadly, this supposedly “First release” printed advertisement does not match up with WD-40’s actual timeline. The WD-40 product was made commercially available in San Diego in 1958, eight years before.
Genuine or not, this gave us giggle in the office and a nice bit of FREE advertising for WD-40.
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